Macky Sall: Relations with Morocco, as a Traditional Partner, Are Special, Longstanding

Senegalese President H.E. Macky Sall stated, on November 27 in Diamniadio (30 km of Dakar), that relations with Morocco, a traditional partner of Senegal alongside France, Saudi Arabia, and the United States, are special, long-standing.

Intervening at a high-level panel organized as part of the 9th Dakar International Forum on Peace and Security in Africa, the Senegalese President stressed that France, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, and the United States are Senegal’s traditional partners. 

“We have strong traditions, through special relations with France, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, and the United States,” explained President Macky Sall, stressing the need to further consolidate these relations.

The Senegalese President stressed that Senegal’s foreign policy is based on openness and win-win partnerships, adding that this approach “preserves our traditional friendships and welcomes new prospects in the context of globalization, to make the most of our relations with all other friendly countries”.

President Macky Sall also praised the work accomplished by Senegalese diplomats in giving substance to the vision of Senegal’s foreign policy.

It should be recalled that Senegal is Morocco’s main economic partner in Africa and the first country to sign a reciprocal agreement with the Kingdom.

The 9th edition of the Dakar International Forum on Peace and Security in Africa, held under the theme “Africa’s Potential and Solutions to Security Challenges and Institutional Instability”, kicked off on November 27 in Diamniadio, with the participation of political decision-makers, experts, and researchers from several countries.

The opening ceremony of this two-day meeting was chaired by the Senegalese Head of State, Macky Sall, in the presence of Mauritania’s President, Mohamed Ould Cheikh El Ghazouani, Guinea-Bissau’s Prime Minister, Geraldo Jaoa Martins, Japan’s Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, Hori Iwao, ministers from Kosovo, Turkey, Germany and Rwanda, Senegalese government officials, and the diplomatic corps accredited to Dakar, including His Majesty the King’s Ambassador, Hassan Naciri.

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